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Preview: Next on My Little Planeswalker · 3:43am Nov 7th, 2017

So, with My Little Planeswalker: Twilight’s Spark finished, I think I’m going to give you all a bit of a taste of what’s to come next. I’ll probably finish writing a few chapters of Sideboard Stories first, but after that you can expect to dive right into the next part of the main series, which I plan to be released as four seperate main fics.

So, if you don’t mind spoilers, feel free to click below the break!

Comments ( 11 )

Yes. Just, yes. You definitely got a reader here!

oh shit, Lorwyn-Shadowmoor right?.

Oh dear. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. I'm not sure how to feel about this one. I'll definitely read it, but this premise makes me concerned on multiple levels.

Sunny goes the Ashling route?

Ohhh, dear. That's no good.

I never read any of the Lorwyn/Shadowmoor stories, but Ashling was redeemed in the end, right?

I can't really remember but I think so, that or she got horribly mauled.

Wait, I thought that the Great Aurora was stopped at the end of the Lorwyn/Shadowmoor block?


Technically yes, but in MtG canon we don’t actually know what Lorwyn-Shadowmoor’s merged existence is like. It’ll be elaborated upon in the second chapter.


Fair enough. For all we know, it's just gone from a 300 year cycle to a 24 hour cycle.

I think I like this plot development. It allows us to go back to an old plane, that is rich in black mana, and yet still allows the story to be strongly focused in the MLP universe.

I do have to ask thought....does Sci-Twi also have the potential to awaken the planeswalker spark? I mean she is from a far less magical world, and isn't the element of magic there, but otherwise she should be largely identical.

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